Thursday, August 1, 2013

Washington County Sheriff’s Office Weekly Report July 19 – 25, 2013

Lt Timothy Tabbutt responded to a report of several people banging on a door in Cherryfield. The people had left when Lt Tabbutt arrived.

Lt Timothy Tabbutt investigated a report of criminal mischief in Cherryfield. The back window of a car had been smashed out. Investigation continues.

Lt Timothy Tabbutt responded to a call about a juvenile that keeps coming to a neighbor’s house in Jonesport and will not leave. The parents were notified.

Lt Timothy Tabbutt received a report of an intoxicated individual that was in the middle of the road, yelling at a husband and wife in Steuben. The individual’s mother came and dragged him from the roadway. No charges at this time.

Sgt Randy Perry investigated suspicious activity in Lubec. A homeowner reported that someone was entering her home while she was not home and some personal items were missing. Investigation continues.

Cpl Ralph Pineo responded to a domestic assault in Harrington. The subject had fled the scene, but was located the next day and charged with assault and transported to the Washington County Jail.

Deputy Gregory Sawyer responded to a harassment complaint in Dennysville. Warnings were issued to all parties. No charges at this time.

Deputy Ryan Allen assisted the Maine Warden Service with a report of ATV’s operating on a beach in Charlotte. Two individuals were arrested, one for OUI and the other for OAS.

Deputy Dennis Perry assisted Trooper Keith York, Wardens Bayley Grant and James Martin and Marine Patrol officer Jason Leavitt at a domestic violence incident at Montegail Pond in T19MD. An individual had kicked in a door to a camp, attempted to set fire to the camp and was threatening to shoot people. The individual was arrested and transported to Washington County Jail.

Deputy Gregory Sawyer investigated a motor vehicle accident in Cutler. Deputy Sawyer located the vehicle but there were no occupants in the vehicle. Deputy Sawyer located the registered owner who stated his vehicle had been stolen.

Sgt Brandon Parker assisted a homeowner in removing 2 individuals that had entered her home without permission. Game Warden Alan Curtis assisted. The individuals left as requested.

Sgt Brandon Parker assisted Lt Travis Willey with the collection of evidence at a possible burglary in Steuben. Investigation continues.